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Seeking a smart and hands-on applications engineer, a good communicator to join our dynamic knowledge engineering team.
You will be working with a team of software and knowledge engineers, and building a suite of tools/applications that will help our engineers build world class content for our millions of
users. Responsibilities include develop in-house web-based applications on Windows, using .NET
platform, process vast amounts of user log data to generate useful reports and interactive data analysis apps.
Qualifications: C#/ASP.NET, Web Applications,
Ability to design intuitive and user friendly GUI applications, ability to communicate effectively within and across groups
and be able to meet deadlines and manage requirements in a fast paced environment.
The ideal candidate should be a self starter, good communicator &
team player, adaptive, and result oriented
Required Experience: 2+ yrs industry experience desired.
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